|An adaptation of Folin's method for the quantitative determination of creatine and creatinine - Leo, Herbert Thal|
Thesis (B.S.)--University of Illinois, 1912
Keywords: Folin, Otto, 1867-1934; Creatine; Creatinine; Theses
|The house in the woods - Henry, Arthur, 1867-1934|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Henry, Arthur, 1867-1934; Authors, American
|Through jungle and desert : travels in eastern Africa - Chanler, William Astor, 1867-1934|
Portraits of the author and of Lieutenant Ludwig von Höhnel on two unnumbered plates facing t.p. and p. 1 of text. Other full-page plates are also unnumbered but form part of sequential pagination in text
Keywords: Chanler, William Astor, 1867-1934; Hunting; Natural history
|Will and Julia : a Kehoe family story - Kehoe, William F|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 144-149)
Keywords: Kehoe family; Kehoe, William P., 1867-1934; Kehoe, Julia V., 1869-1940
|Catalogue of the collection of works of art at Coombe Warren - Humphreys, Arthur Lee, 1865-1946|
Pref. signed by L.C
Keywords: Currie, Laurence, 1867-1934; Coombe Warren (House : Surrey, England); Art; Historic buildings
|The construction and operation of the Jenkins Television Laboratory at Wheaton, Maryland : a thesis / prepared by pledge Herbert William Cooper - Cooper, Herbert William|
Paper documenting the history of the Jenkins Television Laboratory, used in early television and radio broadcasts. Includes illustrations, diagrams, and photographs. This paper was prepared as part of initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Keywords: Jenkins; C. Francis (Charles Francis); 1867-1934; Jenkins Television Laboratories; Television; Phototelegraphy
|The inventions of Dr. C. Francis Jenkins of Washington, D.C. / William Hartge Fifer - Fifer, William Hartge|
Biography and summary of the inventions of Dr. Charles Francis Jenkins, a resident of Washington, D.C. Among the inventions credited to Dr. Jenkins are the motion picture projector; high speed camera; radio photographs, radio vision, and radio movies; plate receiver; and spiral-mounted lens disc. This paper, prepared as part of Fifer's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society, contains photographs, diagrams, and other illustrations.
Keywords: Jenkins; C. Francis (Charles Francis); 1867-1934; Television -- History; Phototelegraphy -- History